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Friday, April 10, 2015

SEASON 18 RICKEY BLOG AWARDS

SEASON 18 RICKEY BLOG AWARDS
 
American League Most Valuable Player
Hipolito Paniagua
New York
Mud Sharks
Age: 29B/T: R/R
Born: Coamo, PR
Position(s): 2B
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Notes: Hipolito “La Maquina” Paniagua was an All-Star, American League Second Basemen Silver Slugger, the league leader in Secondary Average {.485}. This is Paniagua’s first American League Most Valuable Player Award
R      H  2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP   SLG OPS   PA
119 154 29   5   28   88   98   90     3   52   4 0.277 0.388 0.499 0.887 657
 
National League Most Valuable Player
Benjamin Buford
Toronto
Brigands
Age: 28B/T: S/R
Born: Delavan, WI
Position(s): 2B
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Notes: “The Northern Beast” Benjamin Buford was an All-Star, National League Second Basemen Silver Slugger, the league leader in Runs Created {128.983}. This is Buford’s first National League Most Valuable Player Award.
R      H   2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP   SLG   OPS PA
118 174 29   4   39   105   62 97   13    32  11 0.293 0.371 0.552 0.923 671
 
American League Golden Arm of the Year
Russell Olsen
Florida
Illegal Immigrants
Age: 31B/T: S/R
Born: Utica, NY
Position(s): P (SP1)
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Notes: “The Hitman” Russell Olsen was an All-Star, the league leader in Number of Pitches Thrown per Game {115} & Strikeouts {240}. This is Olsen’s second American League Golden Arm of the Year Award.
CG SHO W L   IP        H   R HR BB SO   QS
4       2    17 14 254.1 229 84 25   65   240 25
 
National League Golden Arm of the Year
Nick Barfield
Buffalo
Stampeding Herd
Age: 27B/T: S/R
Born: Biddeford, ME
Position(s): P (SP1)
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Notes: Nick “The Gravedigger” Barfield was an All-Star, the league leader in Lowest Batting Averaged Allowed {.184}, Best Earned Run Average {2.19}, Lowest On-Base Percentage Allowed {.245}, Lowest Slugging Percentage Allowed {.258} & WHIP {.93}. This is Barfield’s first National League Golden Arm of the Year award.
CG SHO W L IP        H   R HR BB SO   QS
0        0   16 4 188.2 125 49 12   51   128 23
 
American League Coach of the Year
Soxfanjohn {First Coach of the Year Award} 21 game improvement from season 17 to season 18 {second biggest improvement in the league}. The team scored 45 fewer runs and allowed 162 fewer runs then the previous season. During season 17 the Helena Montana Moose finished as the American League West Champions but during season 18 they finished as the American League West Division Champions and tied for the best record in Rickey.
 
National League Coach of the Year
FishNasty {First Coach of the Year Award} 24 game improvement from season 17 to season 18 {tied for biggest improvement in the league}. The team scored 72 more runs and allowed 140 fewer runs then the previous season. During season 17 the Rochester Rhinos finished in fourth place but during season 18 they finished as the National League East Division Champions.
 
American League Big Stick Award
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Left Fielder -
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Designated Hitter -
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National League Big Stick Award
Catcher -
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First Basemen -
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Second Basemen -
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American League Pure Glove Award
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Second Basemen –
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Third Basemen –
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Shortstop –
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Left Fielder –
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Right Fielder –
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National League Pure Glove Award
Catcher –
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Shortstop –
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Left Fielder –
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Center Fielder –
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Right Fielder -
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Organization of the Year
Texas Toast {National League South Division Champion, AA National League South Division Champion, HiA National League South Division Champion, LoA National League South Division Champion}

American League Least Valuable Player
Harvey Serrano
Indianapolis
Indians
Age: 27B/T: R/R
Born: Gore Bay, ON
Position(s): LF
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Notes: This is “La Saveur Mexicaine” Harvey Serrano first American League Least Valuable Player Award
R    H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP   SLG OPS   PA
96 160 8   2    2     31   55  80   10    37 12 0.247 0.316 0.275 0.591 713

National League Least Valuable Player
Don Stevenson
Norfolk
N'Way
Age: 37B/T: R/R
Born: Lincolnton, NC
Position(s): RF/CIF/2B/LF/DH
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Notes: This is Don “Father Time” Stevenson first National League Least Valuable Player Award
R   H   2B 3B HR RBI BB SO HBP SB CS AVG OBP   SLG OPS   PA
44 122 21 1    9     63   36   86    3    8    15 0.258 0.313 0.364 0.677 520

American League Meatball Pitcher of the Year
Andre Scott
Milwaukee
Bears
Age: 30B/T: R/R
Born: Yonkers, NY
Position(s): P (P)
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Notes: This is “The Mobster” Andre Scott first American League Meatball Pitcher of the Year Award CG SHO W L IP        H    R   HR BB SO QS
0       0     9 13 174.2 192 112 39   62 100 15

National League Meatball Pitcher of the Year
Jung-Lee Chen
Ottawa
Fat Cats
Age: 29B/T: S/R
Born: Otsuki, JP
Position(s): P (SP3)
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Notes: This is “The Import” Jung-Lee Chen first National League Meatball Pitcher of the Year Award
CG SHO W L  IP       H    R   HR BB SO   QS
1      0      4 17 189.1 207 142 29   106 147 11

American League Dunce of the Year
groth911 {First Dunce of the Year Award} The team won 26 fewer games from season 17 to season 18 {the biggest drop in the league}. The team scored 93 fewer runs and allowed 254 more runs than the previous season {the biggest increase in the league}. During season 17 the Milwaukee Bears finished in second place but during season 18 they in fourth place in the American League North Division.

National League Dunce of the Year
HAWKFORHALL {First Dunce of the Year Award} The team won 23 fewer games from season 17 to season 18. The team scored 130 fewer runs and allowed 120 more runs than the previous season. During season 17 the Durham Spitoons won the National League East Division but during season 18 they in fourth place in the National League East Division.

American League Limp Stick Award
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Designated Hitter -
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National League Limp Stick Award
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Shortstop -
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Right Fielder -
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American League Brick Glove Award
Catcher –
{1}

First Basemen –
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Second Basemen –
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Third Basemen –
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Shortstop –
{2}

Left Fielder –
{1}

Center Fielder –
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Right Fielder –
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National League Brick Glove Award
Catcher –
{1}

First Basemen –
{2}

Second Basemen –
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Third Basemen –
{1}

Shortstop –
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Left Fielder –
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Center Fielder –
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Right Fielder -
{1}